Are you curious about bees?
Now you can learn about beekeeping in the heart of Toronto.
The Toronto Beekeepers Collective is organizing a day of lectures and demos all about urban beekeeping.
Toronto Beekeepers Collective (TBC) returns with our annual educational day of urban beekeeping for beginners…. https://t.co/ehKw8FTYvm
— torontobees (@torontobees) January 8, 2017
The February 11 event will include information about: The Life and Times of the Honeybee, what urban beekeepers do and how you can get involved, the Ontario Bee Act and what it means for keeping backyard bees and bees at your cottage or farm, the use of products derived from bees as medicine, and much more.
The event will have a market place that will offer a range of bee products like honey, skin care, and beekeeping equipment.
So check it out, and learn all about our little honey makers.
Where: Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge Street
When: February 11 at 10 am to 4 pm
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